Want to Earn $10 in Rally, Sept. 29

 

During the month of September, The Office of Human Resources and HCA hospital will provide a seminar via Zoom on Coping with back and neck pain. You can earn $10 per session with the passing of a quiz of an 80% or higher.  Spouses and/or domestic partners can register for the session to receive credit as well.  

 

September 29, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.

Coping with Back and Neck Pain, presented by: Dr. Yoav Ritter

https://nova.zoom.us/j/99322486250?pwd=NEMydFNLd1R2NEtCTUZRRHFPVXQwZz09

COVID-19 Has Devastated The Black Community. Here’s Why And What Needs To Change, Oct. 14

 

 

COVID-19 Has Devastated The Black Community. Here’s Why And What Needs To Change.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Online/Zoom | Time: 4:00 – 5:30 PM

Free Event

“While I have had several family members, family friends and acquaintances who have fallen ill with and died of COVID-19, my colleagues have had none. The single obvious difference between my colleagues and me? I am Black.”

Dr. Jefferson Shah will be discussing the following topics based on her June 8, 2020 Huffington Post article.

 

  • Black Americans are twice as likely to know someone who has tested positive or died from COVID-19. Why?
  • Racism, bias, ignorance and misconceptions in medicine and clinical research.
  • New legislation should give the regulatory power needed to incentivize the inclusion of minorities in non-NIH-funded research
  • Q&A

Dr. Akilah A. Jefferson Shah is an NIH-trained allergist and immunologist. She is also an expert in health policy and bioethics. Her work focuses on the intersections of health care, clinical research, health disparities, health policy and ethics. She is from New Orleans, Louisiana.

For more information and to RSVP, click here: https://www.law.nova.edu/alumni/ziskind-health-law-1.html

 

 

My First Fine Arts: Latin GRAMMY Nominee Sonia De Los Santos, Sept. 26

Latin-GRAMMY nominee Sonia De Los Santos shares songs in Spanish and English in a special pre-recorded concert for preschool children (ages 3 – 5 years) exclusively for the NSU Alvin Sherman Library via our YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Sonia is inspired by various Latin American rhythms including son jarocho, cumbia, gaita, currulao and huayno hailing from Mexico, Colombia and Peru as well as the North American folk traditions from the United States. Messages of joyful community music making and cultural bridge building will inspire and excite children and grown-ups of all backgrounds. Click here for a sneak peek of Sonia’s sound with her Sonia en Casa series.

My First Fine-Arts is generously funded by PNC Bank’s Grow Up Great initiative. This series is designed for children ages 3 – 5.

Photo Credit: Krysta Brayer

Discussion Series: Navigating Today’s America: Race, Racial Trauma, and Well-Being, Sept. 16

Navigating Today’s America: Race, Racial Trauma, and Well-Being

When registering for these events, please use your NSU email address. Only those with NSU email addresses will be able to participate.

Overcoming Difficult Conversations about Race Relations

Date/Time: Wednesday, Sep 16th (1:00pm-2pm)

Description: A focus group discussion on how to tackle difficult conversations in today’s climate. Instead of avoiding the conversation, learn how to show up curious, open-minded, and willing to move the conversation forward for a powerful cross cultural learning experience.

Presenters: Crystal Chavis, PhD Student, Department of Conflict Resolution Studies
Tanna Krewson, PhD Student, Department of Conflict Resolution Studies

Register in advance for this event HERE

Want to Earn $10 in Rally?

During the month of August, an HCA physician will provide a wellness seminar that cover diseases affecting the stomach. You can earn $10 for the session with the passing of a quiz of an 80% or higher.  Spouses and/or domestic partners can register for the session to receive credit as well.

 

August 27, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.

HCA: Diseases affecting the stomach

https://nova.zoom.us/j/97817151972?pwd=OXFETExoUE4yVytqVURuYkN2Q2ZkUT09

 

 

 

Rally Rewards for Benefits Calendar, July 29

Rally Rewards for 2020-2021 benefits calendar

Want to Earn $10 in Rally?

During the month of July, The Office of Human Resources and NSU College of Psychology Doctoral Students will provide seminars via Zoom on Coping and Readjusting to Daily Life in the Midst of a Pandemic and Adopting a healthy lifestyle. You can earn $10 per session with the passing of a quiz of an 80% or higher.  Spouses and/or domestic partners can register for the session to receive credit as well.

June 29, 2020 at 12 pm

Adopting a healthy lifestyle

https://nova.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0uf-CpqjoqGNFRUbUH21rmZBKfZZ_k33Mn

Rally Reward offered through ICUBA and Aetna

ICUBA and Aetna Resources for Living have teamed up to offer a virtual onsite event featuring an informative webinar entitled “Are You Ready? Emergency Preparedness”.  The types of emergencies covered in the webinar include natural like a hurricane, health-related like a stroke or pandemic and human-made like a power outage.   This webinar provides practical information on how you and your family can prepare in advance for various emergencies should they take place.

Individuals must view the entire webinar and complete the quiz to earn the $10 Rally incentive.

 

To participate in this onsite event, follow these three easy steps:

  1. In an internet browser, log into Aetna Resources for Living’s website: https://www.resourcesforliving.com
    • ​​Username: ICUBA
    • Password: 8773985816
  2. Once logged in, click on this hyperlink to view webinar:  Are You Ready? Emergency Preparedness
  3. After you’ve viewed the webinar, don’t forget to take the onsite event quiz here:  Emergency Preparedness Onsite Event

 

A satisfactory score of 80% or higher  is required for onsite event incentive.

This quiz must be completed by, July 17, 2020 and will be credited in Rally by August 15th.

The Student Wellbeing Webinar Series: Taking the bite out of Covid-19, Aug 24

 

August Discussion Series

The NSU Student CARE Team is dedicated to intervention, education, and outreach across all NSU Campuses. We offer presentations and training on various topics including resources (e.g. student disability services, CARE team, Student Counseling and Conduct) overview, as well as presentations aimed at academic success, well-being and life skills along with mental health awareness.

Mindful Choosing: Addiction Awareness (Bilingual Haitian Creole and English)

Aug 24th 12:00 – 1:00pm

By: Aline Milfort, 3rd year School of Psychology Doctoral Student; Julia Nucolo,3rd year School of Psychology Doctoral Student & Catherine Ivey, 3rd year School of Psychology Doctoral Student

Our presentation will discuss the basis of mindfulness as well as how to utilize mindfulness based on decision making in relation to alcohol and drugs. Attendees will learn and be able to discuss and apply this knowledge at the closing of the presentation.

Prezantasyon nou an ap diskite fondasyon yon teknik ki rele mindfulness, yon tèm ki konsantre konsyans nou sou yon moman prezan. Epi prezantayson sa ap diskite ki jan pou itilize fè desizyon an relasyon ak alkòl ak dwòg. Patisipan yo pral aprann epi konprann kijan pou diskite ak aplike sa yon aprann nan fen prezantasyon an.
Register HERE

For additional information, go to www.nova.edu/studentcare/

“Thirstdays with Friends” Summer Wine Series, Aug. 27

Break out the “red” and join us for our upcoming “Thirstdays with Friends” Summer Wine Series event!

Hosted by the Circle of Friends, wine expert Shari Gherman, President of American Fine Wine Competition and THE Rose Competition, will present an in-depth lesson about wine.   Before the session, you’ll receive Shari’s wine picks, suggested food pairings, and recipes.   Purchase your wine in advance and join us with a glass!

  • Session 3: Thursday, August 27, 5:30 p.m.

The special rate for Circle of Friends Members is $20 per class.
Non-members:  $25 per class.

Join Circle of Friends today, and you’ll get the reduced member price for this event and others throughout the year, while supporting the NSU Alvin Sherman Library! All for a good cause! Circle of Friends, the fundraising arm of the Alvin Sherman Library, is a not-for-profit group of individuals which raises awareness and funding for library initiatives. Through memberships, contributions and events, the organization provides the Sherman Library with vital support, such as programs, services, technology, furniture, materials and other resources.

For more information, please visit Sherman.library.nova.edu/cof or email libdev@nova.edu

To join the Circle of Friends or to renew your membership, please click: here

Register today and reserve your spot – please click here.

Fischler to Host Six Week Facebook Live Series Parenting During a Pandemic, Aug. 3

NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice will be hosting a six week Facebook Live series called, Parenting During a Pandemic, beginning June 29th at 7:00 p.m. The first episode will focus on educational alternatives to traditional schooling. The series will be hosted by, Dr. Maribel Del Rio-Roberts.

To join, please visit:  https://www.facebook.com/FischlerEdu

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